Which ovulation predictor kits should I try and where can I buy them?
Real Mom Problem
“I'm getting ready for month seven of trying to conceive our first baby. I plan on buying OPKs this month, but I'm not sure what kind to get. Any help would be appreciated!”
- 1. Ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) are tests that can help determine when you are likely to ovulate
- 2. You might want to try several brands before choosing the one that's right for you
- 3. Ovulation predictor kits can be purchased at most drugstores as well as online
Real Mom Solutions
Ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) can help you determine the best time to conceive. Find out, from real moms like you, the most reliable brands and the lowest prices.
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I would suggest a Clearblue Easy Fertility Monitor. You can get them used on eBay.
I use the Wal-Mart brand. They work great but I think they work best if you pee in a cup and dip it in.
I like the Wondfo brand that you can get on Amazon--they are cheap and work well. I would encourage you to try a couple different brands though, and see what works well for you. Some women don't have some brands work as well as others (for example, I had a positive OPK on Wondfo but the Wal-Mart brand wasn't quite positive yet with the same pee).
I use the Answer brand OPK. I have heard nothing but great things about Answer OPK.
My OPK of choice is Clearblue Easy; just the dye kind, not digital, because I really don't see spending that extra money just for it to show me a smiley face rather than a line.
First Response works better for me and with my body. It has been right on each day, where the others I have tried are very hard to read and get clear results.
Find Out Where Else You Can Buy OPKs
You should order your OPKs online. I only paid $18 for 20 tests and they work wonderfully!
I get internet cheapies from Clubmomma.com.
I got mine off eBay along with a bunch of pregnancy tests. The brand is Wondfo.
I purchased mine at Amazon.com. That's what I would recommend. I got 50 OPKs, and 10 hCG test strips for under $10. That's the best deal I found.
I bought a month's supply (20 strips) of the Target brand for $12.